Youth vision

Catch a free public screening of Inner Space — the AGO’s first ever youth-produced web series profiling emergent Canadian artists.

Artful golden years

Take a look at two recent iterations of the  AGO Virtual Seniors Social program exploring Ed Pien: Present: Past/Future as well as works from the AGO Collection.

Healing on film

A documentary film about an innovative Toronto youth program – The Community Healing Project – is screening this Friday, November 25 at the AGO. We spoke to the director to learn more.

ICYMI: Spreading joy

As the AGO continues to celebrate the monumental life and career of artist Rita Letendre, take a look at our 2020 story about her iconic stained glass installation in the TTC's Glencairn subway station. 

Celebration of life

One year after her passing, the AGO will host a public lecture and a celebration of life event honoring critically acclaimed Canadian artist Rita Letendre.

Art With Heart returns

In support of Casey House, the charity art auction bringing together 500 of the city’s artists, collectors and gallerists is back at the AGO.

Graphic details

October 1 marks a big day for graphic narratives, zines and comics in Toronto – from Kate Beaton at the AGO to Canzine at the Toronto Reference library.

Nomenclature: New and Collected Poems

Renowned author, poet and filmmaker Dionne Brand brings together poems, both old and new, in her latest publication Nomenclature: New and Collected Poems. Learn more about it before the book’s launch at the AGO on September 14.

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